Julie Holgate

Event and Engagement Design


Case Study

Design Lab

After five fantastic days in Baoding, we finished our trip in the Chinese capital, Beijing. One of my favourite parts of this mega city was the 798 art district with its vast array of craft and design installations, cafes, shops... Continue Reading →


Sounds of the City

I've previously discussed how important the role of sound and music is in constructing environments (The Nostalgia of Sound).  Unfortunately at many exhibitions, shows or events, the use of music is limited or prohibited entirely, so I have been looking at... Continue Reading →

A Shrinking World

While researching experiential installations, I came across a project done for the launch of Coca-Cola's miniature cans in Germany. To create interest, a number of mini-kiosks appeared in cities across the country.  Each kiosk contained all the products you'd usually find, newspapers,... Continue Reading →

Spreading the word

Shakespeare, The Brontë's, Tolkien, Rowling, generations of great British storytellers who have used the English language to create new worlds full of love and betrayal, distant pasts, mythical lands and magical realms.  All have used the power of human imagination to transport reader's away... Continue Reading →

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